Speeches, debate interventions and questions in the House.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown speaks in a debate on the restoration of Parliament and calls for a full decant of the Palace whilst works take place, as this is the only practical way to enable a complete restoration of the building.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown questions the Government about Russia’s stationing of new ballistic missiles in Kaliningrad and the likely effect that this will unite NATO members around Article 5, the principle of collective defence.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown condemns plans to close 59 Crown post office branches including Cirencester and calls on the Post Office to develop a proper business model, maximise the opportunities they have and diversify their services. He calls on the Government to look at the closure process as he believes the busy Crown post office in Cirencester must be highly profitable.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown raises concerns about the delay to the electrification of the west coast main line and highlights the importance of dovetailing major infrastructure projects such as this and the third runway at Heathrow,
Speaking in a debate on grouse shooting, Geoffrey Clifton-Brown outlines the hard science and factual benefits that driven grouse shooting provides to the biodiversity and economy of the UK’s upland moorlands.
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